The Dulwich Team

020 3397 1144

The Honor Oak Team

020 3397 1166

Ravensbourne Road, SE6
2 Bedroom House
(Available)


£625,000
KEY FEATURES
2 Bedroom(s)
1 Bathrooms
  • Stylish 2 bedroom Victorian terrace house
  • Architecturally designed kitchen breakfast room extension
  • Landscaped private rear garden
  • Stylish double reception room
  • Double glazing throughout
  • Quiet residential street
  • Good size bathroom
  • Plenty of character and period features
  • Close to amenities and green open spaces of Blythe Hill Fields
  • Close to Catford, Catford Bridge, Forest Hill and Honor Oak Park stations
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

Stylish and elegantly designed, is this superb freehold 2 double bedroom Victorian end of terrace house, located in a quiet, popular residential street, close to the open green spaces of Blythe Hill fields, lots of local amenities as well as Honor Oak Park and Catford Bridge stations.

The house is set back from the street offering nice kerb appeal with an imposing brick façade, bay windows with detailed masonry and a well-kept front garden with a pathway to the front entrance.

Upon entry to the house there is an entrance hall that leads to the double reception room. The ground floor has been opened up to create a lovely living space, with high ceilings, original cornicing, stylish bleached wooden flooring that runs seamlessly through the whole of the ground floor, hidden storage cupboards in the alcoves and the large bay windows that have been replaced with fashionable grey double glazed sash windows that illuminate the room with natural light. The rear part of the reception room is used as a dining area as it leads nicely on to the kitchen, there is also a staircase leading up with a storage cupboard underneath.

The kitchen breakfast room has been extended to create a lovely entertaining space. This room has been architecturally designed to have a fashionable industrial feel with exposed beams and chipboard walls and a huge sliding glass door that connects the kitchen to the garden.
The kitchen is fully equipped with plenty of wall and base level units with a Corian worktop fitted with an integrated gas hob and extractor above, contemporary stainless steel sink, tall units housing the integrated oven and grill and space for a large fridge freezer.

The garden is a decent size over 30 ft in length and has been beautifully landscaped. There is a patio area closest to the house which has been created with rendered retaining walls incorporating cleverly designed benched that double up as storage. On the left boundary of the garden is a lovely original red brick wall, a few steps lead up to a nice lawn surrounded by mature border of shrubs and plants

Looking back at the house from the garden you can appreciate the stylish rear extension, clad in burnt timber with a green roof above.

Upstairs on the first floor there are two good size double sized bedrooms and a family bathroom, once again all the windows are double glazed for additional insulation, the ones at the front are grey sashes to match the ground floor. Both bedrooms are good size doubles and have original stripped wooden flooring. The larger double bedroom is at the front of the house and is the full width of the house, it has two large windows facing the front offering plenty of natural light and ventilation. The second bedroom is adjacent, it has a nice feature fireplace and a window looking out to the garden.


The bathroom has a white 3 piece suite and has natural coloured tiles along the side where the bath and sink sits. The bath tub has a shower enclosure with shower head above and is accompanied by a toilet and a contemporary wash hand basin with vanity unit below. There is also a radiator and a frosted double glazed window.

Transport links into all parts of London could hardly be easier. Catford Bridge provides services to Cannon Street (in around 24 minutes) and Charing Cross (in around 22 minutes), both via London Bridge. There are also services from Catford up to Kings Cross St Pancras via Elephant and Castle and Blackfriars. For anyone needing the London Overground, Honor Oak Park station is within easy reach by cutting through Blythe Hill Fields where there is also a children’s playground and a popular annual festival held in the summer.

Amenities can be found either in the centre of Catford, Forest Hill or Honor Oak Park including high street favourites, independent coffee shops and several highly-rated restaurants and gastro pubs. A couple of places of note for an evening out include The Blythe Hill Tavern, a CAMRA-award winning pub, and the Rise Café at the bottom of Blythe Hill Fields is a great place for a spot of breakfast or Sunday brunch. There is also a selection of good and excellent, Ofstead rated primary schools nearby.